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31-Year-Old Rosebank Unveiled


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Ian Macleod Distillers has released a 31-year-old single malt from long-dormant Lowlands distillery Rosebank [the casks were salvaged from the Rosebank distillery in Falkirk, Scotland, before it closed in 1993]. Ian Macleod Distillers acquired the Rosebank site in October 2017, with plans to re-open the distillery in early 2023.

The Rosebank 31 Years Old single malt was bottled at 48.1% alcohol by volume [96.2 proof] and is said to contain notes of banana bread, berry, camomile, coriander, lemongrass, lime, mint and peach.

Rosebank 31 Years Old single malt is being made available for $2,175 per 700ml bottle.

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